Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

Supporting remote First Nation communities to transition to clean energy

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Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

Supporting remote First Nation communities to transition to clean energy

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Kent Karemaker
Media Relations
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources
250 952-0628
Media Contacts
Kent Karemaker
Media Relations
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources
250 952-0628

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New help for remote communities to access clean energy

The following remote communities may apply for funding from Coast Funds:

  • Da'naxda'xw Awaetlala
  • Dzawada'enuxw
  • Gitga'at
  • Gwawaeneuk
  • Kwikwasut'inux Haxwa'mis
  • Kitasoo/Xai'Xais
  • Nuxalk
  • Old Masset
  • Skidegate
  • Ulkatcho
  • Wuikinuxv

The following remote communities may apply for funding from Fraser Basin Council:

Single-community generation:

  • Dease River
  • Hesquiaht
  • Kwadacha
  • Lhoosk'uz Dene
  • Talhtan
  • Tlatlasikwala
  • Tsay Keh Dene
  • Toad River
  • Uchucklesaht
  • Xeni Gwet’in

Shared-community generation:

  • Good Hope Lake (Dease River)
  • Jade City (Dease River)
  • Firvale (Nuxalk)
  • Hagensborg (Nuxalk)
  • Masset (Old Masset)
  • Port Clements (Old Masset)
  • Queen Charlotte City (Skidegate)
  • Sandspit (Skidegate)
  • Skidegate Landing (Skidegate)
  • Tlell (Skidegate)
  • Telegraph Creek (Tahltan)
  • Nimpo Lake (Ulkatcho)
  • Anahim Lake (Ulkatcho)

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